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Nano-cure for Goggle Fogging
reports that a team of MIT scientists have come up with a solution for goggle fogging, amongst other problems caused by condensation on lenses and screens. Their silica nanoparticle polymer coating does not actually stop the condensation forming--instead it causes the water droplets that condensation consists of to cover the surface in a way that keeps it transparent, instead of fogging it.

No word on when we'll see it in ski goggles or athletic sunglasses.

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